Workshop on Route Choice Modeling (June 11) [Finished].

The Transport Studies Unit (TSU) of Tokyo Tech will hold the following seminar on route choice modeling as part of the activities of the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Kakenhi), “Systematization of Evaluation and Operation Methods for Travel Time Reliability in Urban Transportation Systems”, and the New Road Technology Development Project, “Research and Development of ‘Data-driven’ Transportation Demand and Spatial Management Using ETC2.0 Probe Information”. The seminar on route selection modeling will be held as part of the activities of the new road technology development project “Research and Development of “Data-driven” Traffic Demand and Spatial Management Using ETC2.0 Probe Information”.

The 15th Tokyo Institute of Technology TSU (Transport Studies Unit) Seminar, “Latest trends in route choice studies” (

Date: Saturday, June 11, 2016, 14:00-17:30

Place: Conference Room at the Midorigaoka Bldg. 5 [Creative Project Building] 1F, Ookayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology. (

(1) Dr. Makoto Rikiishi, Hiroshima University
 Route Choice Models: Recent Research Trends and Proposals for New Models

(2) Mr. Kohei Ohta, Navitime Japan
 Application of Route Choice Models in Route Searching Service and Big Data Analysis

(3) Mr. Tatsuya Iwase, Toyota Central R&D Labs.
 (4) “Eliminating Road Hunting Phenomenon Using a Belief Design Approach”

For registration and inquiries, please contact
 Daisuke Fukuda, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Environment and Society, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
 Email: fukuda [at mark]
[If you wish to participate in this seminar, please send an e-mail by June 9.]


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